Gold with an orange hue; the sweet nose of marzipan and clove is inviting; fruit flavors of pear and citrus play with light cedar; smooth silky texture delight.
Its light character is borne from its distillation in some of Scotlands largest stills; matured for 12 years, the result is a light, floral whisky with a fresh, creamy taste.
Longmorn is aged in oak casks for more than fifteen years; it is firm in flavour; but smoothed by age. Its founders were very proud of it. We are just as proud today.
A beautifully presented single malt whisky from Glenmorangie. Made with a heavy roasted 'chocolate' malt as well as spirit from the original maltings. There are aromas of chocolate orange and pecan pie.
A powerful, peat-smoke nose with seaweed and some sweetness, salty and sweet flavours with hints of wood and a long peaty-salt finish.
Autumn gold in color, soft velvety taste moderates the classic Laphroaig peat character. The finish is creamy with zesty orange.
A beautiful combination of rich, nutty toffee balanced by polished oak, salt, pepper, seaweed, distant smoke and dried fruit.
Lots of character a dash of peat, and a hint of honey are all there, and they are nicely woven together.
This Scotch is a sweet and mellow Whisky with notes of butterscotch and almonds. Aged 18 Yrs.
Nose: Very distinctive, clean, oaky peatiness. This character is in the background throughout. Palate: Flowery. Fudgy. Toffeeish. Nutty. Very soft, restrained, spiciness. Then toasty and peaty. Finish: Firm, clean (almost crisp), peatiness. Then long, very soft, spicy and remarkably warming.
Special Reserve blended Scotch Whisky.
Known as "The Monarch". This rare and special whiskey is named after the famous painting, "The Monarch of the Glen". In 1851, Sir Edwin Landseer created the famous painting, an instant masterpiece, that depicts a stag in the Scottish Highlands. John Dewar and Sons purchased the painting in 1919 and hung it proudly. Master blender Stephanie Macleod used the painting as inspiration for this rare and special whiskey. A blend of very rare vintage single malt and single grain scotch whiskies. The blend is then married in oak casks for a light, velvety finish.